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Mary Morrison had no idea what she was letting herself in for almost a dozen years ago.
Grandview Heights City Council has established a pilot grant program to create a procedure for community groups seeking contributions from the city for their special projects and activities that benefit Grandview residents.
The Grandview Library Foundation again will offer chocolate connoisseurs an opportunity for some guilt-free indulgence.
More than half of this year's graduating class at Grandview Heights High School qualified to participate in the school's second Academic Signing Day.
Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School and Grandview Heights High School were briefly locked down twice April 22 after police reported an Oakland Avenue resident was threatening to harm himself.
There's good news, bad news and a little in between on the local clean-air front, says the American Lung Association.
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The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
Students who were named to the honor and merit rolls for the third grading period of the 2014-15 school year at Larry Larson Middle School.
Syntero counseling agency will hold its 24th annual awards breakfast, Catalyst for Positive Change, May 1, at The Boat House at Confluence Park.
Clyde Williams had ambitions of becoming an executive in the steel business, and with every talent for doing so, he was offered a position as assistant to the director of Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus.
From nearly 90 candidates for the job of Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School principal, the cream of the crop has emerged.
A long-range plan for addressing the Grandview Heights City School District's facility needs is in the works.
Several Marble Cliff Village Council members expressed hesitancy last week to approve a request for a $5,000 contribution from the village to the Grandview Heights High School Health and Wellness Project.
A new addition to the playground at Pierce Field may make it easier for Stevenson Elementary School students to find playmates during recess.